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Old 04-05-2018, 01:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,
I'm a new member and this is my first post. I'm looking for some advise/guidence from from forum members far more experienced than I am. I'm considering getting my 'Grail', a Grand Seiko Snowflake. Jura have it in stock for 5,750.00, but I've recently discovered Watches of Mayfair, who don't have it in stock but can order it and it'll take three months but it costs 4,250.00 a 1500.00 saving is obviously worth having.

Have any members had any dealings with Watches of Mayfair? Their feedback seems to be positive. I was just wondering how they could afford to sell a watch for 1500.00 under the RRP and still be in profit! Why would it take three months for a watch to be delivered even if it's from Japan? Would the warranty be valid worldwide or just in Japan?

You know what they say " If it sound too good.....

Any help/advise would be much appreciated.

If this thread is in the wrong place,sorry!

Thanks.

GMR
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If you get to see it in person before hand then all should be fine. Just make sure Warranty is fully stamped and you should be ok.
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If you can see in real it would be better
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If you want the best price available I suggest looking at a (young) pre-owned piece. GS tend to depreciate a lot and it's possible to find a Snowflake for less than $4,000. Look at search engines such as www.watchpatrol.net or www.watchrecon.com.
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